Photos Of Beautiful Women And Their Flaws Prove That "Flattering" Is Just An Opinion
by N/A, 8 years ago | 2 min read
What was once an insecurity, is now a strength.
A clothing company called SmartGlamour just started a new social media campaign called #ImFlattered.
The women in the campaign can be seen holding up signs with comments they've received about what they should and shouldn't wear or what is or isn't flattering on their bodies.
When looking for people to join the campaign, SmartGlamour owner Mallorie Dunn, found that women received a ton of comments about what was considered flattering.
Dunn wanted to show how powerful these words and comments can be.
She had each woman wear a piece of clothing that showed off these perceived "flaws."
These women have been told to hide their shoulder and scars.
And have spent years thinking that they couldn't even wear a sleeveless top.
The campaign is an opportunity to reclaim what others have told them to hide.
And a chance to wear what they like proudly.
Do not show me this again